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We had a couple of visitors this advanced class today. One of them is from a dojo which has a good relationship with ours and the other was a visitor from Bangkok. They enjoyed the class but unfortunately they missed the opportunity to partner with the locals as they hadn't realised we don't normally change partners during a session and they kicked off by partnering each other. So I think they were kinda taken by surprise and a bit disappointed although they enjoyed the teaching and the rest of the class and they were decent enough to show up nice and early and help lay mats.